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Remedies For Pupil Dilation In Response To Light
Hypocalcemia: A complete list of the symptoms of hypocalcemia (h) can be found at this link: http://www.Clevelandclinicmeded.Com/medicalpubs/diseasemanagement/endocrinology/hypocalcemia/. Pupil dilation and and a sluggish pupil are not some of the symptoms of h. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pupil dilation: When you look at your eye is the mirror, the dark circle in the center is the pupil. Dilating drops make the pupil larger and allow a more complete eye exam robe performed. Dilation takes about 15-20 minutes and lasts 3-4 hours or longer (depending on which drops are used). ...Read more
Not always: If you are referring to having your eyes dilated with drops in the ophthalmologist's office, this is generally safe, except when you have "narrow angles." this can be determined by your eye md. If your pupil spontaneously dilates, this can be a sign of a problem in the brain (tumor, aneurysm, etc) and should be evaluated right away by an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
See an eye doctor: It can be normal, especially if it has always been present. There are certain conditions that can lead to one pupil dilating more (or less) than the other. If the pupil difference is new, it should be evaluated by an eye doctor soon. The condition itself is usually harmless, but the underlying cause needs to be addressed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not usually: Dilated pupils can occur as a side effect of various medications and several illicit drugs. Serious medical conditions such as serotonin syndrome can also cause this. Insomnia for a night or two would not usually result in dilated pupils. How long have you had insomnia? Have you been depressed or started a new medication? See your doctor to be sure and bring a list of all drugs, herbals takin ...Read more
No.: Lack of sexual activity or excess sexual activity will have no effect on the normal, daily, stable size of your eye's pupil. Your eye's pupil may become dilated during sex if you are engaging in the activity in a dimly lit room as a normal reaction to the eye needing more light to enter the eye and impact the retina for one to see. Lack of sex may make you a poor "pupil" of sex however. ...Read more
Sudden bilateral pupil dilation in normal light, pupils responded to direct light but returned to dilated size, normalised after 10mins. Cause?
Pupil dilation: Many causes of pupil dilation, including emotions - higher levels of circulating adrenaline, which occur during times of excitement or fear. drugs - from eye drops to hallucinogenics. Especially drugs that are anticholinergic light - low light, or a problem with receiving light on the retina neurologic problem - from the optic nerve to the part of the brain that regulates the eyes. ...Read more
How can one reduce pupil dilation?
I take aderall 30mg XR once every am 5 mg ir evening. Most days iris all but disappears, and i look like a junkie
Constricting pupils: Aderral can cause pupil dilation, so the options are to reduce dosage or eliminate the aderral, switch to a different drug (eg if you are treating adhd, straterra may be an option, or other treatment). Taking another drug to constrict the pupil (eg, Pilocarpine 1% 1 drop) may also cause other side effects, like pinpoint pupils, blurry vision, corneal irritation. & long term use: lens opacification. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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